NewsWatch: Don’t laugh — that $1,000 iPhone could be a genius move for Apple

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Sure, it’s expensive, but that is entirely the point, argues Brett Arends. See full story.

Avoid this one big move if the stock market’s record run is giving you the jitters

These market highs are making a few out there just a bit dizzy. While those records may struggle to hold on today, a resilient market has some thinking it may be time to take money off the table and cash in a few gains. Here’s what not to do. See full story.

These 20 value stocks are disguised as growth stocks

Some companies in the ‘value’ camp are increasing sales rapidly while becoming more profitable, says Phil van Doorn. See full story.

Dimon calls bitcoin ‘a fraud’ and may have delivered the biggest blow to the digital currency

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. boss Jamie Dimon just leveled one of the harshest criticisms about bitcoin and the broader digital-currency sector to date. See full story.

It turns out that Obama got a bum rap on the economy

A look at the data released by the Census Bureau proves that Barack Obama was a much better steward of the economy than he’s been given credit for, writes Rex Nutting. See full story.

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There have been 7.1 billion smartphones manufactured since 2007. See full story.

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